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Dans celebrate another group of graduates

Posted 28 October 2016 · Add Comment

Dubai Air Navigation Services (Dans) has celebrated the graduation of a new batch of graduates from its Development Programme for the third year.

The development programme is designed to develop employee skills through providing an enhanced learning experience that delivers necessary competencies required to support growth and career advancement in the Air Traffic Management sector. 

The newly graduated batch comprised of a group of employees from various departments across the organisation such as; Aeronautical Information Management, Air Traffic Control and Air Traffic Management Systems, who successfully completed the “Sun” and “Water” programmes. Named after the elements of nature; the “Sun” programme aims at training and developing employees to grow into holding team leader positions within the organisation, while the “Water” programme strives to equip and up skill its participants with the necessary knowledge and expertise to become the future supervisors in the business.

 

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